The Effects “Big Tobacco” Has on Blacks

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Tobacco Industry and the Black Community’s Relationship

In exchange for good will, African-American organizations and public figures have built relationships with tobacco companies. For example, civil rights activist and House Rep. Charles Rangel received $47,950 in sponsorship from the tobacco industry since 1986.

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